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Old 03-31-2012, 07:54 AM   #601 (permalink)
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I hope you could decipher my attempt to measure that cooler. I have a new crank adapter coming to use the Isuzu auto fly wheel. just one more step in the forward direction. Hope you can get some time for yours.
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Old 03-31-2012, 10:52 AM   #603 (permalink)
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Yes Glenn, 2013 !
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Old 04-15-2012, 08:08 AM   #604 (permalink)
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It's just about time to rebuild the transmission. Yesterday I built this jig to hold the trans for rebuilding. This is why you have that extra engine stand and that box of " what will I use that for" some where in the shop.
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Old 04-24-2012, 03:02 AM   #605 (permalink)
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It's just about time to rebuild the transmission. Yesterday I built this jig to hold the trans for rebuilding. This is why you have that extra engine stand and that box of " what will I use that for" some where in the shop.
Nice, I am a big fan of making life easier with your scrap metal as well!
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:38 PM   #606 (permalink)
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Nice, I am a big fan of making life easier with your scrap metal as well!
Thats what makes the world go round
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:45 PM   #607 (permalink)
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I went to order my hard parts today but the guy was on vaca, so I painted the pan just to be ready.
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:53 PM   #608 (permalink)
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So any one have an opinion on automatic full manual reverse shifter with or with out engine braking? I plan to go 5 pinion planetary and the beast sun shell. Borg Warner clutches and a 10 vane pump. If any auto guys can add to my list to buy let me know.
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Hey Dan, I'd suggest getting the one with engine braking. I'm running a tci full manual reverse pattern v/b with engine braking. I do feel it holding me back a little. Mine's a th350 though. I also went with a low stall converter with an anti-ballooning plate in it. I also found a 36 tooth second gear sprag (same as an upgraded th400 one) as I broke the hardened 18 tooth upgraded one. Most of my stuff is all tci. The thing with the full manual v/b I was told, is you can get a lot of line pressure, and that holds very well. I have a huge drop in oil temp now.
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So any one have an opinion on automatic full manual reverse shifter with or with out engine braking? I plan to go 5 pinion planetary and the beast sun shell. Borg Warner clutches and a 10 vane pump. If any auto guys can add to my list to buy let me know.
x2 on the low band apply. I got my rev man valve body w/ low band apply from Cope racing for my 727. As John explained to me, typical racing valve bodies do not apply full pressure in reverse (allowing the clutches to slip), since racing applications don't need a lot of power backing up. The low band apply in a rock crawler will extend the life of your trans and give you full power when rocking the truck. My 727 has been beat on for over 3 years now with no issues.
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Old 05-02-2012, 05:12 AM   #612 (permalink)
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Thanks guys, I did get my parts ordered . I got talked out of the engine braking because it's diesel.
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Old 05-02-2012, 05:21 AM   #613 (permalink)
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You got talked out of engine braking? I'm curious why. The high compression ratio of a diesel is a real advantage here.
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Old 05-02-2012, 07:39 PM   #614 (permalink)
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You got talked out of engine braking? I'm curious why. The high compression ratio of a diesel is a real advantage here.
Andy , I was told it would be very hard on the T converter. I did want to go that way , if you know if this is not true then let me know.
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Andy , I was told it would be very hard on the T converter. I did want to go that way , if you know if this is not true then let me know.
Why should it be any harder on the torque converter than driving? I would imagine that so long as you done engine brake faster/harder than normal acceleration, it shouldn't be a problem.

The only think I can think of is IF the gears were shaped differently front to back, like a differential ring gear.

I would like to know the reasoning behind whoever told you that. It may be a valid reason, but I can't think of it.
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:20 AM   #616 (permalink)
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Andy , I was told it would be very hard on the T converter. I did want to go that way , if you know if this is not true then let me know.
I don't have any firsthand experience to back up my thoughts, but I'm with Joe on this one. High-performance torque converters can take hundreds of horsepower, so I couldn't imagine a 140 hp diesel hurting anything. Many of the trucks these engines came in were automatics and had vacuum-operated exhaust brake controls. Those converters were huge and built for the task, but then again, you aren't going to be hauling a 20,000 pound load down an 8% grade.

I would be interested to hear the transmission shop's justification. Maybe when they hear "diesel" they think you have a high-torque Duramax or Cummins?
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:46 AM   #617 (permalink)
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Well I will continue to look in to this.
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Old 05-27-2012, 08:01 PM   #618 (permalink)
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So I did speak with the TCI guys again and they think the engine braking will be OK. I am in the middle of the trans rebuild and I am held up on parts. Some how they got returned. Should be in next week,so in the meantime I got the disc brake brackets for the 70. The calipers from Napa look nice all painted right out of the box.
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Old 07-05-2012, 07:32 PM   #619 (permalink)
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I got some things done. The transmission is built and installed. The NP 203 is put together and in. The NP 205 is also in and with the shift rail mod. Now I am making the pinion angel right so I can get the drive shaft ordered. I have rear brakes to put in when I get the pinion set.
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Old 07-06-2012, 08:56 AM   #620 (permalink)
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FYI your 10 years are almost up

Glad to see you working on it. I might have to stop by and check it out
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The transmission is built and installed. I'm DONE
The NP 203 is put together and in.I'm DONE
The NP 205 is also in and with the shift rail mod. I'm waiting for the case to come back from the machine shop and shift rails still need modded.
Now I am making the pinion angel right so I can get the drive shaft ordered. I'm not even close.
I'll race you to see who finishes first!
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Glad to see you working on it. I might have to stop by and check it out
Hey Craig, Give me a call and come by any time.
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Well I don't think I will give you much of a race. My plan is on the trail June of 2013. We will see how that plan chnges over this year.
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Old 07-09-2012, 07:54 PM   #624 (permalink)
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I picked up the rear drive line today from drive line services in west sac. It's short, only 24" but looks great. Glenn you can bring that diet Pepsi. I will order the ARB next week and get the 70 all done.
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